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Ferrari 430 Scuderia
Lightweighted derivative of the F430 with increased power - the Scuderia
About this creation
Rumors called it "F430 Challenge Stradale" first. Then "F430 Light Pista" was rumored. And after all, Ferrari presented this fabulous car in Maranello and at the IAA in Frankfurt, Germany this September. It is called "Ferrari 430 Scuderia". Scuderia means racing stable or racing team in Italian and thus refers to Ferrari's Formula 1 tradition.

It really is a name well selected as a lot of the Scuderia's technology comes directly from the F1. The pedal-shifting gearbox changes gears in only 60 Milliseconds. The 4,3 litre V-8 produces 20 horse power more than the standard F430, resulting in 510 bhp. Weight was decreased by 100 kilogram, resulting in a weight to power ratio of 2,45 kilogram per horse power! Aerodynamics were reworked and the exhaust pipes end up high in the rear skirt to not disturb the airflow in the diffusor down below. Extensive use of lightweight material as carbon fibre or a special fabric for the interior make this car a real racer for the street.

But you can also use it as a soft cruising car. A little switch on the steering wheel - called "manettino" - changes 5 different modes of traction control and electronic stability program; from rain settings to all off. The damper system can be adjusted independently - an idea by Michael Schumacher who helped to develop the Scuderia.

With a top speed of about 320 kph and an acceleration from 0 - 100 kph in 3,6 seconds, the Scuderia laps the Ferrari test track in Fiorano as fast as the Enzo supercar. The price tag will read 206.300,- Euro.








































Based on the standard F430, the Scuderia was not easy to built. It required cutting a few LEGOŽ parts, however... I am not convinced by this front skirt so far and I will rework it a bit very soon. The other parts work really well, especially the diffusor and rear skirt as well as the new C-pillar with windows. I hope you like this new car. You can see more photos of this car in our gallery on Brickshelf

This model was designed and built by Jens Matuschek



Comments

 I like it 
  December 18, 2010
Superb! Do you think you could pull of the 512M?
  November 30, 2010
contest score:95/100
Sven Bode & Jens Matuschek
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Kian Balbas
  September 3, 2010
All ur MOCs are incredible. I feel the front seems a little wierd, like it is smushed. Still this is better than anything I could have made
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  December 12, 2009
Can you post instructions?
 I like it 
  July 27, 2008
This is awesome!
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  July 27, 2008
I already checked all ur cars including this one, all of ur mocs are almost excellent.. but this is just to say... Congratulations on MOC Of The Day.. peace.. fofo
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  July 27, 2008
A masterpiece! Truly awesome! The only thing that could use some upgrading would be the front bumper... otherwise, very awesome!
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  July 27, 2008
Sweet Ride, very realistic! Congragulations on MOTD!
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  July 27, 2008
nice ride!
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  July 27, 2008
great work on moc of the day.
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  November 8, 2007
This Ferrari have a very good side and back view... but need some improvement on the front bump...
 
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